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Hackett backs taped conversations

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The former general manager of Premier League referees, Keith Hackett, has called on the Football Association to bring forward a proposal that would see match officials' conversations recorded.

The FA have already said that it is "too soon" to consider how they will address the issue with the International Football Association Board (IFAB), the body that rules on law changes.

"The FA are members of IFAB, so could bring forward a proposal to permit the recording of the conversations between players and officials during a game," Hackett told The Observer on Sunday.

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